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3rd March 2014, 07:47 AM   |  #1  
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Alarm_rtc. What is using this? Read around a bit and it seems that any app can be causing this.

Am I correct in assuming Light Flow would be responsible in my case?

(I was having problems with a charger and used the app to flash the LED to show me it was actually charging while the screen was off.)









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3rd March 2014, 10:29 AM   |  #2  
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alarm_rtc: This is your phone's internal alarm scheduler, set to wake up your phone for sync, push, etc. Closely related to the AlarmManager PWL.
To fix: Check your apps and make sure they're only set to sync when you want them to, not for constant push or stupid-short intervals.

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You can also run Terminal Emulator app and type the below commands:
su (enter)
dumpsys alarm (enter)

Then search for "Alarm Stats" and see what you have.
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Uninstall Juice Defender and Lightflow.
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Uninstall Juice Defender and Lightflow.

Froze both those apps and coming up with this now.

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Would like to get it down to 1.5-2%/hour with the screen off. Guess I'll keep at it. Nothing better to do.

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3rd March 2014, 04:13 PM   |  #5  
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If you want led control use Ledblinker, I get 2% drop all night long while asleep

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Froze both those apps and coming up with this now.

Would like to get it down to 1.5-2%/hour with the screen off. Guess I'll keep at it. Nothing better to do.

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Switch location mode to Device only in the Android settings menu.

I notice you are on HSPA. If you are stuck on HSPA, disable LTE so it doesn't keep looking for a signal. Of you have access to LTE, use it. I see you have Tasker. You can automate the radio changes with that.
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